Aviation Management Services (Cayman) commences operations
October 30, 2016
Cayman Islands-based Aviation Management Services (AMS) has announced the commencement of operations at its Grand Cayman location.
AMS has also confirmed its worldwide offices will become operational in November 2016, according to business aviation industry publisher and events organiser Corporate Jet Investor.
The company provides support services to business jet and other aircraft operators, including a portfolio of full-service products and a range of customer support solutions suitable for all types of aviation activities.
AMS is a partnership between Marcus Cumber, the owner of the Cayman Islands’ oldest, largest fixed-base operator (FBO), Island Air, and William Mermelstein. It is well placed to provide services globally in a cost-effective, timely manner, with the company having offices in Guildford in the UK, Shanghai in China and Chandler, Arizona in the US.
The commencement of operations is a milestone that will boost the company’s market position and branding in both the regional and global aviation services and management industry.
AMS is evidently seeking to build close working relationships with its customers, with a view to optimising transparency and information sharing.
“We feel that an informed owner is the best way to success in any work that we offer or engage in,” said Operations Manager and Founding Partner Mermelstein. “The best surprise is no surprise.”
AMS hopes its strategy will give it a competitive advantage in the Cayman Islands and further afield.
“William and I formed AMS to round out my desire of providing the best customer support and services in all areas of aviation operations,” said Cumber.
“Grand Cayman is ideal for many reasons, and allows our existing and new customers options and benefits to exceeding their business and personal need and financial goals.”